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1965, In England, the Yardbirds with Jeff Beck perform at the Cleethorpes Jazz Festival.

1966, Cream play their first gig in Windsor, England.

1966, The Who perform at Brittania Pier in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England.

1967, Mick Jagger was given a conditional discharge and Keith Richard’s convicti … (read more…)

MOVE – it is a transitive and intransitive verb which can mean to budge, dislocate, displace, disturb, relocate, remove, reposition, shift, transfer, or transpose. The Origin comes via Middle English, from Anglo-French mover, moveir, from Latin movere; probably akin to Sanskrit mivati he moves, pushes. The First Known Use was in the 13th century. A while back, we did show #109, at the request of my dear friend Debbie from Ambrosia Euro American Patisserie  in Barrington IL who suggested that I do a show that really moves. If you go there a … (read more…)


Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Answering Machine” by The Replac … (read more…)

1966, The Beatles started a five week run at No.1 on the album chart with ‘Yesterday…And Today’, the group’s 8th No.1 album.

1966, The Troggs started a two week run at No.1 on the singles chart with ‘Wild Thing’.

1967, The Who appeared at the Miami Beach Convention Hall, Miami, Florida.

1968, The Beatles … (read more…)



Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Harlem Hendoo” by Al Hirt

Time was running out. By 1968, th … (read more…)


1966, Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker made their live debut as Cream at The Twisted Wheel, Manchester, England.

1966, Bob Dylan suffered a broken neck vertebra when he crashed his Triumph 55 motorbike near his home in Woodstock, New York.

1966, Datebook published Maureen Cleave’s interview with John Lennon in which he said ‘We’re bigger than J … (read more…)



Song Of the Day by Eric Berman – “The Alley Cat” by Bent Fabric(read more…)

1965, The Who make their first appearance on British TV’s “Ready Steady Go!” Their managers pack the audience with mods, ensuring a rapturous reception as the band rips through “I Can’t Explain.”

1965, Rolling Stone Charlie Watts buys a 16th century wooden mansion in Sussex, England. His father tells the press, “We can’t understand why he prefers an old … (read more…)